ⓘ Jason Scrivener


ⓘ Jason Scrivener

Jason Scrivener is an Australian professional golfer who plays on the European Tour. Born in South Africa, he started playing aged eight and moved to Perth, Australia when he was ten.


1. Amateur career

Scrivener had a successful amateur career, winning the Australian Boys Amateur in 2007 to put his name alongside those of Jason Day and Adam Scott. He ranked in the top five in the Australian amateur ranking and was also ranked in the top thirty in the World Amateur Golf Ranking. He competed in the 2010 U.S. Amateur before turning professional later that year.


2. Professional career

After turning professional, Scrivener played mostly on the PGA Tour of Australasia. In 2013, he managed to qualify for four tour cards in the Australasian, Canadian, OneAsia and Challenge Tours.

He was inspired by former European Tour winner and club-mate at Mandurah Country Club, Western Australia, Jarrod Moseley, to target a career in Europe and twice progressed from the European Tour Qualifying School in 2014 and 2015. In 2015 he finished tied 3rd in Hong Kong Open and in 2016 he finished 3rd in the ISPS Handa Perth International, both co-sanctioned by the European Tour, and tied 4th in the Australian Open. After his first professional victory, the NSW Open Championship in November 2017 at Twin Creeks Golf & Country Club, New South Wales, Australia, he advanced to 183rd on the Official World Golf Ranking and finished 6th on the 2017–18 Australasia Order of Merit.

In February 2019, he advanced to a career best 125th on the Official World Golf Ranking. After seven top-10s, he finished the 2019 European Tour Race to Dubai in 32nd position with €1.018.789.46 in prize money.